Increased Memory Performance: Alzheimer's Expert Dr. Lisa Mosconi's Recipe

From the Hydration Foundation

Dr. Lisa Mosconi is the first scientist to determine that Alzheimer's strikes women more than men, despite longevity differences. Hydration plays a key role in memory performance.


In a reusable bottle of glass, combine:

  • 2 generous tablespoons of aloe vera gel
  • 1 tablespoon mint flavored liquid chlorophyll
  • Add water to achieve your preference for viscosity
Take this once a day mornings are the best.

Dr Mosconi has determined that hydration and nutrition are the escape routes from brain damage and her new book, Brain Food, give many recipes. She is Associate director of the Alzheimer Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medical College's New York Presbyterian Hospital where she was recruited as an associate professor of Neuroscience and Neurology. She has earned double PhD degrees in Neuroscience and Nuclear Medicine from the University of Florence and is a board certified integrative nutritionist.

Consider Structured Water for Better Hydration

The brain is 80% water and it's water that drives the chemical reaction in the brain. Structured water is water found in nature, like water flowing down a mountain stream and water found in natural springs. This water is in motion with energy. The energy in the water make it more bioavailable to your body and your brain for real hydration.

According to Dr Mosconi, some studies show that hydration increase memory performance in some patients up to 30%.